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Destiny Unleashed

Destiny Unleashed

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by Sherryl Woods

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#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods concludes the Perfect Destinies series with this beloved, sassy tale of revenge with an unexpected twist

For twenty years Destiny Carlton has put family and duty ahead of her own hopes and dreams. Now, with the orphaned nephews she raised grown and married, it's time for the once free-spirited artist to

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Guest More than 1 year ago
When her brother and sister in law died in a plane crash, carefree Destiny Carton gave up her artisian Paris lifestyle to raise her three nephews. Now two decade later, her charges are all successful and married. Feeling it is not a case of empty nest syndrome, Destiny needs to find her destiny, which she put on halt to become a mother..................................... She requests to her nephew, Richard the CEO of Carlton Industries, that she would be given the opportunity to run the European Division of the family firm. Because he would do anything for Destiny, Richard reluctantly agrees though he worries that her former lover and business competitor William Harcourt may cause trouble for his beloved aunt. William plans to cause more than trouble for Destiny because he loves her although she dumped him years ago...................................... This engaging boardroom romance stars a wonderful lead couple. Destiny is a delightful protagonist as she wants to regain her life that she sacrificed for her family; William just wants Destiny. Though her need to run the Europe Division seems selfish as she lacks business experience and could have proven costly to more than just the family firm, fans will enjoy this romance between loving rivals........................... Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
Misunderstandings and obligations once separated Destiny and William. As they meet again, the circumstances are still less than ideal. Broken hearts and business don't mix well; risking love could hurt the family business as well as their love, or so Destiny's business obsessed nephew believes. Nonetheless, love delayed is not be to love denied as they take a second chance on it. ..............................Despite the nice aspect of having a hero and heroine who are extremely young and the hopeful air that the message that it's not too late conveys, there was something less than engaging to the tale, making it hard to hold focus on it.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
20 years ago Destiny went home to take care of her orphaned nephews. Instead of going with her William was hurt because she never asked him to go along. He however was the one who made the airline reservations, just for her. That sort of sent a message. After having lived together for three years he shouldn¿t have to be asked. He should have just automatically gone because he loved her and wanted to support her. Now William decides he wants her back so he spends several years going after her family business figuring eventually he¿ll lure her over to England because of this. The guy is over 50 years old, something a little less immature might have worked a whole lot sooner? Like simply going to her, telling her he loved her and asked her to take him back. It just didn¿t make sense. And her nephew was so self-centered and overbearing, deciding he knew best for Destiny even if it meant she wouldn¿t get the personal life she wanted and had given up for her family. Although I have to say that was the only time his focus left his job. He definitely paid little attention to his wife and new baby. The book was confusing because the plot never made any sense. Actually Destiny seemed to be the only one who acted like an adult. This isn¿t a bad book but definitely one I wouldn¿t read again.